Introduction to Christian Mysticism through Evening at Emory

I'll be teaching Introduction to Christian Mysticism through Emory University's Continuing Education Program. Classes meet on Monday evenings from November 5 through December 3. I hope I'll see you there... and please tell your friends, share on Facebook, Twitter, etc.! Thank you.To register: https://register.ece.emory.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=3827&SectionID=17304Course Description:The renowned twentieth century German theologian Karl Rahner said, “ … [Read more...]

Discovering the Celtic Experience (Evening at Emory Course)

This post is especially for my friends in the metro Atlanta area...I'm pleased to announce that Emory Continuing Education is bringing back a class I haven't taught in several years: Discovering the Celtic Experience. Here's the blurb for the class from the Emory website:Evening at Emory: Discovering the Celtic ExperienceCome explore the rich traditions of Celtic history, art, music, spirituality and wisdom. Through storytelling, audio-visual presentations and lively discussions, … [Read more...]

Christian Mysticism Class at Evening at Emory begins October 13

There's still time to register for the Introduction to Christian Mysticism class being offered through the Evening at Emory program. Continuing education credit is available for this 5-week class. To register, click here. Here's the course description from the Emory website:Introduction to Christian MysticismEvening at EmoryHumanities and Cultural Studies The renowned twentieth century German theologian Karl Rahner said, “The Christian of the future will be a mystic or will not e … [Read more...]

Wilber & World Mysticism through Evening at Emory

Happy first day of spring, happy feast day of St. Benedict, and happy birthday to the Monastery of the Holy Spirit — today is the 67th anniversary of the monastery's founding!A reminder to everyone who lives in the Atlanta area — I have two classes coming up through the Emory University Center for Lifelong Learning ("Evening at Emory"), and registration is open for both of them. I hope I'll see you at one or bothIntroduction to Ken WilberEvening at Emory - Humanities and Cultural Stu … [Read more...]

Register now for “Introduction to Christian Mysticism” through Evening at Emory

Just a reminder to those in the Atlanta area: registration is now open for the class I'll be teaching through Emory University's Center for Lifelong Mysticism: Introduction to Christian Mysticism through Emory University's "Evening at Emory" Program. The renowned twentieth century German theologian Karl Rahner said, “The Christian of the future will be a mystic or will not exist at all.” What could he have meant by this? In the popular mind, mysticism is associated with eastern spirituality, … [Read more...]

Introduction to Christian Mysticism: Evening at Emory

Registration for the "Introduction to Christian Mysticism" class offered through Evening at Emory is now online. To register, click here.The class will meet for five Thursday evenings starting on September 23 and continuing through October 21. The class will meet on the Emory University Campus. The textbook (of course) is The Big Book of Christian Mysticism. Continuing education credit is available.Here is the course description from the Evening at Emory website:Introduction to … [Read more...]

Proposed Class on Christian Mysticism

The good folks at the Emory Center for Lifelong Learning have given me the green light to prepare a proposal for a class on Christian mysticism. I've taught an "Introduction to World Mysticism" class there for the past four years, and it shows no signs of easing its popularity, so now it's time to see if a class that focusses on the Christian tradition would likewise appeal to the continuing education community.My proposal is due on the program manager's desk on Monday. Here is what I've come … [Read more...]


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